A tsunami is triggered when a magnitude 9.0 earthquake hits the Pacific Ocean near Japan. A plant manager risks everything and stays put to handle the pending disaster once a reactor begins to leak. He is in contact with the parent utility TEPCO. The Japanese army moves in. The Americans also show up to command the situation. The plant employees fight on.Written by
The film had its Canadian premiere at the Japanese Canadian Film Festival in Toronto in 2020. See more »
Realistic; well-acted; a worthy film
A sobering view of the disaster, and a reminder of what happened to the people there and what they did. Well-produced throughout, and with good acting from all. There is a little family drama but it is not overdone and fits the situation. It's very interesting to see the Japanese culture and approach to the events.
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